Nevada Public Health and Safety
Executive Director of Agency for Nuclear Projects: Duties.
The Executive Director shall:
Appoint, with the consent of the Commission, an Administrator of each Division of the Agency.
Advise the Commission on matters relating to the potential disposal of radioactive waste in this State.
Evaluate the potentially adverse effects of a facility for the disposal of radioactive waste in this State.
Consult frequently with local governments and state agencies that may be affected by a facility for the disposal of radioactive waste and appropriate legislative committees.
Assist local governments in their dealings with the Department of Energy and its contractors on matters relating to radioactive waste.
Carry out the duties imposed on the State by 42 U.S.C. 10101 to 10226, inclusive, as those sections existed on July 1, 1995.
Cooperate with any governmental agency or other person to carry out the provisions of NRS 459.009 to 459.0098, inclusive.
Provide semiannual written reports to the Committee on High-Level Radioactive Waste. The reports must contain:
A summary of the status of the activities undertaken by the Agency since the previous report;
A description of all contracts the Agency has with natural persons or organizations, including, but not limited to, the name of the recipient of each contract, the amount of the contract, the duties to be performed under the contract, the manner in which the contract assists the Agency in achieving its goals and responsibilities and the status of the performance of the terms of the contract;
The status of any litigation relating to the goals and responsibilities of the Agency to which the State of Nevada is a party; and
Any other information requested by the Legislative Committee.